The Little Mermaid (1989) - Background desing.

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redphilistine:

Like…

This is so unsurprising.

I’m really sad I’ve never been a bridesmaid in a wedding with traditional clothes.

kimberlyalidio:

For the record, ever since I sued Monsanto in 1999 for its illegal Bt cotton trials in India, I have received death threats, my websites have been hacked and turned into porn sites, the chairman of a girls’ college founded by my grandfather, has been harassed. Actions have been taken to impede Navdanya’s work by attempting to bribe my colleagues to leave – and they have failed. None of these systemic attacks over the last two decades have deterred me from doing my research and activism with responsibility, integrity, and compassion. The concerted PR assault on me for the last two years from Lynas, Specter and an equally vocal Twitter group is a sign that the global outrage against the control over our seed and food, by Monsanto through GMOs, is making the biotech industry panic.

Character assassination has always been a tool used by those who cannot successfully defend their message. Although they think such slander will destroy my career, they don’t understand that I consciously gave up a ‘career’ in 1982 for a life of service. The spirit of service inspired by the truth, conscience and compassion cannot be stopped by threats or media attacks. For me, science has always been about service, not servitude.

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bouletcorp:

Petite guerrière badass

bouletcorp:

Petite guerrière badass

camwyn:

thepredatorblog:

iraffiruse:

Next time you go walking around barefoot in the water…

oh hell no

I’m not sure what it is. Looks like a polychaete worm but I could be wrong.

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instagist:

The prominent Bahrain human rights activist and critic of the ruling family, Maryam al-Khawaja, has been arrested by authorities on her arrival at the Gulf state’s airport.

Posts on the Twitter account of Khawaja said she had been had been charged with insulting the king, assaulting police…

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eatsleepdraw:

http://joannaboyle.tumblr.com
kalikazoo:

robertryancory:

Greed

Super good

kalikazoo:

robertryancory:

Greed

Super good

I really don’t like any talk of ISIS that omits the 9 years that tribesmen in western and northern Iraq were fighting them and that acts as if  all sunni love them now.  Like this shit did not happen overnight it was over almost a decade of fighting and assassination and kidnapping and extortion.  And now people that were ignoring what was going on this part of the country the whole time are saying that people just “let” it happen.

Around 8 years ago I started a blog about Iraqi refugees and one day I get an email from this guy about a post I made about how other arab countries were deporting them and not taking them in and basically says “lol I guess they’ve finally gotten their revenge on you” and links me a story about how arab workers in Iraq during the Iran Iraq war were sent home without being paid properly.  Which a)the refugees are not responsible for what the government does, dictatorship and all b)their case is different in that they are being sent back to certain death.  I send this guy a reply telling him that and he comes back with “oh well the Iraqis leaving are all rich and they’ll be fine.”  Um, no.

Anyways I am writing this right now because this dude keeps trying to add me to every social media thing he joins and he did it again today I srsly can’t.

folkloreshed:

xaime does a LOCAS cover for the 1992 FANTAGRAPHICS CALENDAR. the color is awesome on the LOCAS! photo by chris anthony diaz

folkloreshed:

xaime does a LOCAS cover for the 1992 FANTAGRAPHICS CALENDAR. the color is awesome on the LOCAS! photo by chris anthony diaz

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theclaremontyears:

From Uncanny X-Men #186

theclaremontyears:

From Uncanny X-Men #186

fycanadianpolitics:

EDMONTON - A dozen northern Alberta chiefs say they will boycott the province’s attempt to implement legislation to regulate consultation with industry over development on their lands.

"We’re sick and tired of someone telling us what to do and thinking for us," Rose Laboucan, chief of the Driftpile First Nation, said Thursday. "We can think for ourselves."

Laboucan is one of 12 chiefs who hand-delivered their message to Aboriginal Affairs Minister Frank Oberle as he waited for them to show up at a meeting to discuss the Alberta Consultation Levy Act.